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EU keen to intensify cooperation with Ethiopia
A high-level delegation from the European Union Commission met with State Minister of Foreign Affairs, Ambassador Taye Atske-selassie here today
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Ethiopia-Djibouti electric railway line opens
On 5 October, Ethiopia and Djibouti launched the first fully electrified cross-border railway line in Africa. The new 750km line
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Ethiopian Ambassador: ‘Anti-peace elements’ took advantage of Oromia, Amhara protests
By Matthew Tempest |  EurActiv.com Ethiopia is a secure, stable country in the Horn of Africa, says the country’s Ambassador to the
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International Agro-Industry Investment Forum starts today
In a joint press conference organized with the Ministry of Finance and Economic Cooperation, State Minister of Industry Dr. Mebrhatu
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Opinion Piece: Ethiopia-EU strategic cooperation remains strong
This opinion piece was initially published on euractiv.com on 4 October 2016. Since spring 2015, the European Union has been
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Prime Minister expresses sadness over loss of lives at Irreecha
Prime Minister Hailemariam Desalegn extended condolences over the death of people because of violence occurred at the thanksgiving festival of
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EU, US authorities press charges against intruders into Ethiopian Embassies
Countries hosting Ethiopian embassies have begun filing charges against Ethiopians who trespass the vicinities of the embassies in those countries.
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Ethiopia ranked number one in Leadership in the area of climate change
In the fifth edition of the Global Green Economy Index (GGEI) made public in September 2016, Ethiopia is ranked 14
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A 500 million dollar project to help refugees find jobs in Ethiopia
The European Investment Bank is set to lend Ethiopia $200 million to build two industry parks that will employ 30,000
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Obama lauds Ethiopia’s role in sheltering, supporting refugees
US President Barack Obama has praised Ethiopia’s role in hosting and supporting refugees as well as efforts to improve their
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